Vol. 1, no. 6-7 (double-issue) of 'The Phonogram' magazine, published June/July 1891.
Are You in Touch with the Times? - V.H. McRae Restricted Sale of Phonographs The Storage Batter Suit Decided in Favor of Brush The Views of an Eminent Jurist Mental Fiber in America A Stay in the Edison Lamp Suit New York Tax Reform Platform The Phonograph Abroad Emile Reynier's Electrical Accumulator Labor-Saving Machine for the Lawyer's Office - Seymour D. Thompson The Prince of Wales as a Scientist - A.E. The Most Profitable Phonograph - H.R.C. The Automatic Phonograph in St. Louis - P.K. The Spokane Phonograph Company - J.W.W. The Automatic Phonograph - V.H.M. A Record by Gov. Northen of Georgia An Address by the Phonograph - H.A.B. A Modern Talking Machine - E.D. Easton Class Day at the Western University, and the Exercises Held - D.S. A Novel and Original Plan of Doing Business with Would-Be Canvassers by the Phonograph - B. The Nature of Electricity - Alexander J. Wurts World's Fair Notes The Cosmical Telephone - S.A. The Association of Edison Illuminating Companies - V.H. "Speed" - E.S.O. Electrical Patents for the Phonograph - H.H. New York Tax Reform Association - H.N.C. The National Conservatory of Music of America - C.I.P. Phono-Chat Splendid Tributes to the Phonograph Authors and Publishers Inquiries The Phonograph in Sunday-School - V.H.S
Please note, there are several magazines titled 'Phonogram'. This is the publication edited by Virginia H. McRae for the North American Phonograph Company between 1891 and 1893. A date/title index is forthcoming at the Media History Digital Library.
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